With a zest for insane transfers and an aptitude of skills and style, BMX rider Drew Bezanson is already making his mark as one of the best riders in the history of BMX and he’s only just begun. In 2003, Drew introduced himself to the BMX scene at the Toronto BMX Jam by landing a truck driver into an eight-foot quarterpipe. By 2007, Drew was making the rounds on the U.S. and Canadian competitive BMX circuits that helped get him an invite to the Dew Tour. In 2010, he was turning heads with first-place finishes at the Jomopro, Simple Session and Toronto BMX Jam and a fourth-place finish at the Dew Tour in Portland. He ended the year with recognition from the BMX industry and fellow pros when he was awarded the 2010 Transworld BMX Nora Cup Ramp Rider of the Year.
Six months of downtime from a TBI injury in 2011 did nothing to set back Drew from reaching his goals. In 2012, he returned to Simple Session for his third consecutive year and third consecutive first-place finish, took home a first-place finish at the Toronto BMX jam and came in third at the Red Bull Empire of Dirt.
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